Jamaica Lagging Behind International Standard for Reporting Post-Vaccine Deaths
Jamaica is lagging in its effort to conform to the internationally-approved protocol of reporting all adverse responses post-vaccination, including deaths.
Not only is its Ministry of Health & Wellness unaware of some of the deaths that are occurring post-vaccination - potentially compromising its ability to conduct effective safety surveillance - but even when it knows about some of the deaths, it has failed to communicate them in a timely and transparent way to the public.
For years, the Pan American Health Organization, the Regional Office for The Americas of the World Health Organization (WHO), has recommended that all countries keep track of side effects or adverse events following immunization (AEFI). AEFI is defined as “any untoward medical occurrence that follows immunization and that does not necessarily have a causal relationship with the usage of the vaccine.”
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